From an FBI agent discussing white collar crime, to Nazi provenance stories, Faberge’s imperial eggs, to beauty seen in the people and natural world around us, to the impact of light on art… M&G’s annual ArtBreak series covers a diversity of themes and ideas. So, take a break with M&G and discover something surprisingly interesting and meaningful from the world of art.
On Location: Closing & Opening an Exhibition
Whether loaning or borrowing, museums invest hours of planning and preparation for exhibitions. Listen in as M&G's registrar, Rebekah Cobb, and curator at the Georgia Museum of Art, Nelda Damiano, share about dismantling and installing an art exhibition, featuring paintings from the Museum & Gallery at Bob Jones University.
Gut Reaction: Favorite in M&G's Old Master Collection
Perhaps you have a favorite work of art in one of your favorite museums, and you know right where it hangs and could describe every intimate detail about it. Listen to some of M&G’s volunteers, staff, and friends share about their “favorite” in M&G’s Old Master collection.
ArtBreak: An M&G Podcast
M&G’s annual ArtBreak series covers a diversity of themes and ideas. For the '20-'21 academic year, you’ll continue to hear from a variety of personalities and perspectives. So, take a break with M&G and discover something surprisingly interesting and meaningful from the world of art.